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Disney Announces 'Incredibles 2' & 'Cars 3'!

Disney has just announced that it will make a sequel to its highly successful The Incredibles, as well as release a third Cars movie!

The announcement was made at the company’s shareholders meeting in Portland, Oregon, but few other details were revealed about the plans.

Fans have been begging for an Incredibles sequel since its release in 2004. We can’t wait to find out more details about the upcoming projects!

The next Pixar movie to be released is Inside Out, which will hit theaters in June of 2015. Inside Out features the voices of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, and more.

ARE YOU EXCITED to see more Incredibles and Cars movies???

'Frozen' Broadway Musical in the Works, Disney Confirms!

Frozen has been the runaway smash hit of the holiday season and just as we have been hoping since seeing it in the movie theater, Disney has confirmed a Broadway musical version is in the works!

“We’re not demanding speed,” Disney CEO Bob Iger told Fortune. “We’re demanding excellence.”

The movie featured the voices of Kristen Bell and Broadway talents Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad. We already can see so many of the scenes coming to life on stage, so we are so excited!

In the meantime, if you want to catch a new Disney musical on stage, Aladdin will be opening on Broadway in March so make sure to check it out.

ARE YOU EXCITED for the Broadway version of Frozen?

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Disney's 'Winnie the Pooh' Trailer Released!

The trailer for Disney’s upcoming animated flick based on the beloved Winnie the Pooh is here!

In the first big-screen Pooh adventure in the past 35 years, the whole gang returns to the Hundred Acre Wood to go on a quest to save Christopher Robin from an imaginary culprit.

Tony Award-winning composer Bobby Lopez (Avenue Q) wrote seven new songs for the film, which features the voice of late night talk show host Craig Ferguson.

Winnie the Pooh hits theaters on July 15, 2011!


Disney’s ‘Winnie the Pooh’ Trailer

A Breslin Sibling Sandwich

Minnie Mouse gets sandwiched between siblings Spencer and Abigail Breslin in a giant teacup aboard the “Mad Tea Party” ride on Monday at Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Tidbit: Minnie Mouse is Abigail‘s favorite Disney character.

Abigail, 10, was nominated for an Oscar this year for her best supporting actress role in Little Miss Sunshine.

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Disney 'Mouse Orgy' Video

A Disney video known as “Mouse Orgy” has been hitting the Internet like wildfire. It was taken with a hidden camera at a backstage dressing room at Disneyland Resort Paris. Here’s what goes down:

  • Minnie Mouse struggles to free herself as she is grabbed from behind by Goofy and then a giant snowman.
  • Mickey Mouse simulates sex with the snowman and Goofy does the same with either Chip or Dale, the chipmunks.

The Walt Disney Co. said it took “appropriate action” against employees at its Paris theme park. Disney released this statement: “The behavior shown on the video is unacceptable and inexcusable. The video was taken in the backstage area not accessible to guests. Appropriate action has been taken to deal with the cast members involved.” Anybody else scarred for life?

Tarzan Broadway Review

O-M-G. P-U. Tarzan stuuuuuuuuuuuuuunk!!!!!!!  Unlucky me watched the musical Tarzan earlier this week while it was still in previews at the Richard Rodgers Theater. Worst. Musical. Ever. The set was horrendously ugly (neon green ropes acted as vines).  The costumes were vile (the gorilla costumes literally looked like bodysuits with dangling yarn attached to it).  And the choreography was uninspiring (maybe five more weeks at "aerial lab" would have helped).   With a $15-$20 million budget, I expected much much more.   The weakness of the show is that it’s trying to smoosh De La Guarda and an overextended Disney-fied plot together into a whole that has too much going on. Broadway doomsday, aka opening night, is May 10. Check out the Tarzan article in this Sunday’s edition of the NYT that has Broadway message boards buzzing –

  • When the Times invests three pages on set design rather than music, book, or cast, you know you ‘re in trouble.
  • Sorry, maybe its just the picture, but he looks NOTHING like Tarzan should. He looks more like a skinny emo kid rather that an ape-man. Here’s hoping thats just a really bad picture…
  • He looks, um, dainty.

UPDATE :: Tarzan Broadway cast pictures added!

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22-year-old Josh Strickland, an American Idol finalist
 from the second season, plays the title role of Tarzan.
 Jenn Gambatese plays young explorer Jane Porter.
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